Fully furnished row homes & upscale condo properties

Cierra Pettiford
Cierra Pettiford

4 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

The apartment was really nice with a great location. AC broke a few times but maintenance was quick! Management was always available to help. My roommates were nice and we had fun together. Only reason I am giving it 4 stars was because it was SUPER pricey for the bedroom I had to share.

The Crew
The Crew

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

The WIHN made my move to DC incredible. Accommodations were great, everything was super close. I loved all of my interactions with this company and they helped me every step of the way. I tell all of my friends about this when they are moving to DC because it really was such a wonderful experience. Highly recommend.

Chaney Byers
Chaney Byers

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Had such a fantastic Summer living in D.C. with the wihn. I really liked the fact I didn’t have to bring anything except for my bedding. I was only a 15 minute walk to my internship on the Hill and my roommates walked to the monuments a few times. I’ll be back! Thanks for everything Melanie!

Kayla Sugg
Kayla Sugg

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Absolutely loved my experience with the WIHN and everyone I came in contact with throughout my time at Senate Square. The accommodations were amazing compared to where my friends stayed and they just made my entire semester that much easier.

Anthony Pericolo
Anthony Pericolo

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

When you go for the WIHN (pronounced “win”), you will come out with a huge loss.

The school year was over, and I was excited to start my internship after paying over $5000 rent for the Greystone property for my ten week internship. I arrived in my room, which was a small double. My roommate had not arrived yet, but I had the company of a pile of dead flies, left there by the “professional cleaning staff” of the company’s secretary. My room conveniently had a bathroom in it, which smelled not of lemon Pledge, but of still water. Upon investigating it, I found that the shower had a pool of water in it; the shower’s drain was higher than the base of the shower, meaning that every time the shower would be used, there would be a pool of water left in it. I finish the job that the professional cleaning staff never completed, put on a pair of flip flops and splashed the still water from the shower and into the drain.

Now that I was all moved in, I finally took a moment, sat down, and began to plan my trip to my internship and to places like the grocery store. As I sat in my abnormally small bed (which is perfectly sized for the WIHN to squeeze in that extra bed and squeeze an extra $5000 out of unsuspecting interns), water began to drip on me from the air conditioner. I needed to cover it with a towel taped to the ceiling; I also needed to cover myself in more than a t-shirt and shorts because the air conditioner was constantly running. Feeling thirsty after performing the cleaning and maintenance that I shouldn’t have done, I reached out and grabbed a bottle of ice-cold water, not from the fridge, but from a case left on the floor in my room. From that point on, I practically lived in the living room of Greystone.

Fortunately/unfortunately, I wasn’t there for long. One morning, after a lot of rain, I unraveled myself from my sheets to get ready for my internship. I was tired since I woke up in the middle of the night to a loud gurgling sound, which was the sewer regularly settling. Suddenly, I stepped into a puddle of water and my socks and long pajamas were all wet. Could this place get any worse? That morning, I played “The Floor is Lava,” got dressed, headed to my internship, and decided to deal with the situation later.

While at my internship, my roommate text me saying that the secretary was on top of the situation. A plumber never came and all she did was clean up the water. The room kept flooding, and instead of a plumber, we got our secretary/landlady. She could not identify a problem. After cleaning our room for hours and after hearing of some more flooding, I finally got some good news from my roommate: the flooding stopped. Everything was back to normal!


Leave those pots & pans at home. The WIHN has you covered.

When we say fully furnished, we meant it! We provide everything you or your program participants need for a comfortable stay in Washington, D.C. All properties and units come fully staged with dining room, living room and bedroom sets. Additionally, each unit & property is tastefully appointed with artwork, decor and other finishing touches to make you feel at home.  The only thing we require of our tenants is that they bring their own bedding & linens. We take care of the rest!

The Washington Intern Housing Network truly offers a turn-key housing solution for Semester in D.C. programs for colleges and universities all over the country.  Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any further questions about what is or is not provided in your WIHN unit or property.

For more detailed information on what exactly is included in one of fully furnished properties please see our standard items list or just see the table below;


Pot Sauce Pot Frying Pan
Cookie Sheet Baking Dish Casserole Dish
Trivet Hot Pads Dish Cloths
Wash Rags Cleaning Sponges Dish Drainer
Colander Wooden Spoons Serving Utensils
Cooking Spatula Rubber Spatula Whisk
Can Opener Vegetable/Potato Peeler Pizza Cutter
Pizza Pan Tongs Cutting Board
Knife Set Kitchen Shears Tableware
Mixer Mixing Bowls Plates
Drinking Cups Bowls Measuring Cups, Dry
Measuring Cup, Liquid Coffee Cups Coffee Pot
Kitchen Waste Can Pitcher Paper Towel Holder
Toaster Recycling Bins (Row Homes Only)



Dining Table Table Seating Sofa/Chair Seating
Flat Screen Television Television Stand Coffee Table/Ottoman
Lamp Lighting (If no overhead lighting is available)



Waste Basket Toilet Brush Plunger
Bath Mat Shower Curtain/Liner/Rings (where applicable)



Standard Twin Bed Standard Twin Mattress 5 Drawer Dresser
Lighting Jumbo Under Bed Storage Drawer
Wardrobe (if easily accessible closet space is not available)



Broom Dust Pan Mini Red Devil Vacuum
Fire Extinguisher Ironing Board*

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